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. >> in antioch a 14-year-old died after being hit by a car trying to cross the street. it happened the scene intersection of hillcrest avenue and hidden glenn drive at 6:45. the girl was airlifted to the hospital but did not survive. the driver is cooperating and it does not appear they were drinking or speeding. >> students will return to hillside elementary school in san leandro after classes were canceled to investigate a fatal shooting. a 19-year-old was shot to death during a game of dice. a large gathering of family and end froms held a vigil. he was a registered freshman linebacker at college and family say he did not deserve to be shot. they want justice and they hope the killer is caught. we will have more in a live report from abc7 news reporter in the next half hour. >> c.h.p. investigators will be back the scene home of the man who threatened to assassinate state senator leland yee. a device was taken from the home and detonated at a remote site. the suspect is 45-year-old everett basham is due in court today. officers arrested him on tuesday for threatening a state official. he
the bullets landed. >> reporter: we're live here in antioch where a 14-year-old girl was killed as she was trying to cross the street. we'll bring you the very latest on the investigation and what some residents are saying about this very busy intersection. "mornings on 2" starts right now. >>> good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. it's friday, february 15th. >>> a russian news agency is reporting that nearly a thousand people were injured from meteor strikes overnight. people have been posting on the internet amazing home videos of the meteor streaking across central russia. the ten-town media entered the atmosphere at 33,000 miles an hour. it was the size of a kitchen table but it left a trail of smoke over a mountain region some 900 miles east of moscow. the russian army had discovered three craters. the russian today website tweeted this picture of a crater in an icy lake. we understand that all three craters are about 20 feet wide. radiation levels, however, are said to be normal. more than 950 people have been injured. mostly from broken
records as christopher dorner. however, the cause of death has not been released. >>> police in antioch are investigating the death of a 14- year-old girl who was hit by a car while crossing the street last night. brian flores joins us from the intersection where the fatal accident happened. and a makeshift memorial is being set up. >> reporter: that's right since this morning, people have been coming by and dropping off flowers and balloons to remember the 14-year-old girl tragically killed yesterday afternoon. we understand that she went to a nearby middle school. >> it's so twisted. >> reporter: a distraught father who has no words to describe a tragic collision that killed his daughter. antioch police say a 14-year- old girl was killed as she was crossing the street on hillcrest and hidden glen drive in antioch around 7:45 thursday night. they say the driver of a car hit the girl, then pulled over to help her. she was later airlifted to a nearby hospital where she later died. >> they need to reduce the speed because they are always speeding up and down hillcrest. >> she was a sweet
a >> petaluma and antioch and all the bay area this is abc7 news. >> alaska airline passengers are waking up in seattle after a scary trip. they were forced to make an emergency landing after the pilot lost diagnoseness. the delight was forced to land in port land after taking off from los angeles, headed to seattle. the crew's first officer made the landing. the pilot was taken to the hospital to be checked. the plane took off and landed in seattle. >> the los angeles ambassador dip has relieved a retired cardinal in unprecedented move by the catholic church. mahoney was relieved the duties by the man who replaceed him as the church posted tens of thousands of pages of secret files on 122 priests accused of molesting children with conversations between mahoney and other officials how to protect the priests from law enforcement. the cardinal led the archdiocese from 1985 through 2011. authorities are hot on the trail of a baltimore ravens fan who scammed a 49ers fan out of $5,900 for super bowl tickets. the alameda sheriff is working with authorities in florida. this began last week when a w
arrests so far. amy will have a live update in 30 minutes. >> an antioch woman is recovering after being hit by a bullet in a wild shootout. two people opened fire on each other last night. one of the bullets hit a woman who was inside her home. you can see the hole there. her house is down the street and around the corner from the shooting. the woman is expected to survive. this is the third time her home has been hit with stray bullets. >> f.b.i. agents have been digging for five weeks in an abandoned well but have not found additional victims of the speed freak killers. a year ago authorities found the remains of three bodies and a fetus at the site and were direct flood by death row inmate who was convicted along with another of several murders. one defendant committed suicide when learning that the other department was talking to authorities. >> new this morning, san jose will consider joining san francisco in the fight against proposition eight the same-sex marriage ban. today the san jose city council is going to vote whether to sign san francisco's supreme court brief challenging
the antioch bridge that spilled the load if lanes and c.h.p. and caltrain is there to clean up and moving to pittsburg from antioch moving nicely. to the northern portion of the golden gate bridge, the work will be picked up by 6:00. and bart and mass transit getting off to a good start. >> in russia, 500 are injured after a stunning meteorite show. it happened 950 miles eat -- east of now. official say most of the injured were hurt by breaking glass. did you hear the "boom"? 14 have been hospitalized. it is believed the meteorite broke apart and fell in several places causing all the explosions. people in the it was a war zone. search teams have found three large pieces of meteorite debris so far and 10,000 police officers are looking for more. emergency officials have not reported any deaths. katie marzullo will have a live report with more in 30 minutes. >> students are ready to return to san leandro school that was shut down while police conduct add murder investigation on campus. amy is live with the latest on that story. amy? >> hundreds of children return here today. to them, this
and go here. you will see slow traffic as you drive through antioch and a lot of slow traffic there. we're also looking at the commute as if you're driving on westbound bay bridge. there's a little bit of a back up. the lights aren't on yet but they should be coming on soon and the morning commute is going to be effective because of a bus accident. we have more on that coming up soon. 6:09, let's go to steve. >> thank you. >> happy friday everybody. clear skies out there. it will be another nice day. we could use a little rain because things don't look good going forward. in fact, they look grim as we head toward end of february and even early march but maybe things will save us in march. i have seen that about 10 or 15 days and not much there in the rain department. everything is back east. looks like it's going to park it back there. 45 in san francisco to start. high today of 58. sunny side up. 30s and 40s on the temperatures now. not far away from the antioch temperature. 36-37. there's the 45 san francisco. half moon bay at 40. clear, cold, the quite, mountain view 38 but sunny vei
bay, a cool spot and san francisco and richmond at 356 to antioch and fairfield at 60. we will be 59 in oakland and san jose. 56 in monterey and everyone else in the bay and inland is flirting with 60 degrees. tonight, clouds will roll in, keep the temperatures up, in the upper 30's to mid-40's, and notice the rain is still up to the north during the morning hours at least the early morning. here is what happened year, the cold front came through, the clouds cleared and we are dealing with cooler weather and the next system coming in and it will bring that chance of rain. so we will map it out. 24 hours from now or close you can see the showers, still, in the north bay but moving into the heart of the bay during the end of the morning rush hour and sliding through the south bay and exiting by 2:00. you can see friday, we have scattered showers coming in, especially during the o -- morning hours. when we get to friday afternoon we will see clearing and temperatures are cooler, low-to-mid 50's thursday and friday and in the mid-50's at the coast, to near 60 for the rest of us, saturday
temperatures by early tomorrow morning. right now, 58, santa rosa. 52, san francisco. 58, redwood city. antioch, 57. 55, livermore. 50 at the coast. half moon bay. so, here's a look at how we faired this time -- well, actually, today compared to yesterday. up four degrees in novato, up one degree in san francisco. half moon bay 50,. up three in antioch. and get used to the temperatures going up because that's exactly what we can expect next week. so get ready for a cold night overnight with some frost inland, sunshine for your sunday, and then the grad all warming will take place as we head into wednesday, thursday, and friday. lows tonight, near the freezing mark in the north bay. santa rosa, 34, 33, napa. a little milder towards the peninsula as well as san francisco and oakland, with temperatures in the mid-to-low 40s, but it's still going to be cold all across the bay area, thanks to high pressure starting to build in, bringing down a cold air mass from the north northeast. so this will stay with us overnight tonight. you can see the clear sky, so any of the heat from today is just going to
this morning, 54. we had 6 61 in antioch. right now temperatures starting to come down in the low 50s. even half moon bay, clear sky, 48 degrees. san francisco 52. 52 in napa. antioch, 56, and 52 in san jose, folks, here's a look at what to expect this week. cold again tonight so the inland areas such as napa, sonoma, overnight temperatures this morning in the upper 20s. you'll do it again tonight. so expect inland frost in those locations. cold start for monday and then look for a mild afternoon and then each day this week, temperatures will slowly start to warm up. by thursday and friday, we could actually be talking about 70s around here. here's a look at the cold overnight temperature for you in the north bay and east bay. numbers this evening, tomorrow morning, i guess i should say, hovering near the freeze mark. 43 for san francisco, half moon bay, 36. clear sky. and san jose, 35. this is the setup. high pressure starting to build in. a slight north to northeasterly wind component today. that's why the low clouds and fog well off the coast. but as the tide -- this builds in, it's goin
that sight at antioch. it's colder. same could be said for mountain view and redwood city. there is a lot of 30s inland. mainly for those closer to the coast. i think it will be more likely tomorrow. a cold morning. then sunny. slightly warmer. and it's a very quiet pattern. upper 50s, low 60s here. and it doesn't matter top to bottom santa rosa to gilroy. about 58-62. if we were playing the lot toe looking for five sons we'd have them there. i think we'll see upper 60s maybe our first 70s of the season by late thursday or friday. weekend looks good. maybe a little cooler but that is it by sunday. >>> san francisco symphony won a grammy for best performance. the recording is of a live concert of two pieces by bay area composer john adams. thomas conducted the performance. it's the 15th grammy for the summon -- symphony. >>> the hearing expected adopt in los gatos. >>> we continue to follow breaking news after that big announcement from the pope this morning. more on why he's decided to step down. >> northbound 101 san francisco looks pretty good approaching the 80 split. we'll tell you mo
. the couple was found yesterday afternoon on valentine's day in a house on bermuda way. >> antioch police are investigating the death of a 14- year-old girl who was hit by a car last night. investigators say hasanti white was crossing around 6:45 when the car hit her. the driver pulled over to help her. she was a student at black diamond middle scoop. of antioch police say it does not appear that speed or alcohol were involved. >> the man accused of making a death threat against a state senator made his first court appearance today. robert handa is live now outside the suspect's home in santa clara where there are some new developments. >> reporter: the bomb squads have cleared out. the search here at the suspect's home is ending. as we heard at the suspect's first court appearance today, the investigation is far from over. seemingly nervous a shackled everett basham shuffled into the courtroom. he spoke to clarify the pronunciation of his name, then tried to address the court. >> okay, thank you, sir. you may be seated. sir. >> before we start. >> reporter: later basham's attorney declin
. our coolest temperature is 41 in antioch. we have 50 in oakland and everyone else is the mid-to-upper 40's. enjoy the mild temperatures. remember the stubborn cloud cover yesterday? more so today with temperatures in the mid-to-upper 50's. moving forward we have more sunshine but temperatures are the same tomorrow with light showers possible from the thursday commute and the chance lingers on friday but a small chance and just more about the cooler conditions on friday than the rain. sue? >> eastbound highway four, fortunately, the we verse commute, pittsburg, reports of an accident blocking the lane. westbound is slowing from antioch moving toward the pittsburg area so we will follow that. from the central valley, sluggish from tracy and it picks up through livermore and 80 eastbound at redwood parkway the accident is out of the lane. this could just be a trickle of slowing. walnut creek, a few brake lights and it is sluggish at the 24 junction. kristen and eric? >> former cal football coach could be out of a job but he will not have to worry about bouncing checks getting up
francisco, and nine in oakland and san jose much the only place warmer is antioch, one degree at 43 degrees. we have 41 in oakland, and livermore, 45 in san francisco, and 42 in fairfield and 40 in mountain view. everyone else is in the mid-to-upper 30's. under sunny skies we will hit close to seasonal averages today. mid-50's to around 60 degrees. the metering lights have just been flipped on. you can see traffic is backing up to the first overcrossing and it is sluggish on the upper deck moving into san francisco. out of antioch you are slow, making to pittsburg from hillcrest, under 20 minutes from 242 and the central valley 35 or 36 miles per hour to the altamont pass to livermore and 25 or 26 minute ride, and part and muni all on time and the vallejo ferry is a bus because of merckal problems. >> san francisco gaming company zinga will trade higher in less than 30 minutes when the markets open after the latest easterning report -- earnings competing expected reports with shares jumping 6.5 percent after hours to $2.92. shares are still down more than 70 percent from the company's i.p.o
, and we still have a nice drive out of antioch, westbound highway four is looking good with no delays moving into pittsburg and eastbound 580, this is the reverse commute, greenville to north flynn you will find road work headed to the central valley if you are commuting westbound the normal commute direction that is looking good, too, just at 18 minutes into the dublin/pleasanton interchange. >> 5:308. this is a big one, first lady speaks with "good morning america" next and robin roberts and what she tells robin about gun control. >> dennis rodman diplomat? his mission to north korea tattoos and all, that is next. but first the america's money report. >> good morning. topping america's money, fresh fears for the market with no clear winners in italy's election investors are worried the debt crisis in europe could return with the dow losing the most in three months. more americans fell behind on auto payments last year. loans often take a back seat to holiday shopping in the 4th quarter, and the delinquency rate for last year, though, was the lowest in a while. the tv rating for the
causa preocupacion... pitch - cesar ---en antioch, una bala perdida take map que entr por la ventana de una casa ubicada en el numero 1410 de la calle sycamore drive, hirio en la boca a una madre inmigrante mexicana.. ---jaime peluffo entrevist a su familia take 2 box y nos trae los detalles desde antioch.. adelante jaime.. :01 - :06 :11 - :15 :18 - :23 :43 - :48 1:11 - 1:16 1:45 - 1:52 trt: 1:55 o.c. regreso con ustedes al blanca ---esta maÑana los bomberos de concord acudieron a un incendio en un apartamento en la calle "tioga road" que daÑ tambien otra unidad. take vo ---el fuego se reporto faltando 5 minutos para las 7 y fue contenido una hora despues, dejando a por lo menos 4 personas deplazadas. ---ninguno de los residentes del aparatmento resulto herido y estan siendo atendidos por personal de la cruz roja americana. ---los daÑos ascienden a unos 400 mil dolares. cesar ---las autoridades de oakland quieren evitar casos de violencia en un popular evento al aire libre por lo que decidieron que el proximo sea mas pequeÑo... take vo ---se trata del llamado "primer viernes" un pop
and highway 4. to the oil flowing through the awful lot has answer antioch. >> 6:01 a.m. and one man is that after a shooting on interstate 80. will tran is on the scene joining us on the phone with the latest investigation. >> police officers are still on the scene eight hours after the shooting. here is video from just a couple of minutes ago. officers are still sifting through the evidence. we know they are focusing on one particular home, the bay's one. two men were found inside that home. they are seeing if all five that victims are somehow connected to each other. they are working on getting suspect descriptions. i will give me more affirmation as i can throw out the morning. >> another developing story out of the east bay a 14 year-old boy is in the hospital this morning after he was hit by a car while crossing the street and concord. authorities say the boy had been walking in a crosswalk on salon away one of toyota's fire on struck him. it happened yesterday afternoon around 1:30 p.m.. police say the driver is not believed at been drunk or speeding at the time of the crash.
in antioch. today they interviewed the boy's mother. last november she filed a complaint, then yesterday she filed there lawsuit. she allegationes that 3 months ago her son's third grade teacher taped the boy's mouth with duct tape and that another teacher punished him by placing a chair over him and then sitting on it. the boy no longer attends that charter school in antioch. when we contacted antioch's school superintendent today for comment he said the school, which is not in session this week, is and independent charter school. >>> a new anti-bullying law has been proposed would set up a statewide bullying prevention hotline. the phone number would be staffed with trained professionals. it would create a new outlet for bullied students to seek help and remain anonymous. >> you don't have to be the tattletale you don't have to be the snitch that tells on the bully. just do it anonymously we take care of the rest. >> it is not clear yet how much it will cost to run the hotline. the 1-800 number would be for students k through 12th great. >>> tech titans announce the launch of a new sci
to get to the antioch bridge. it's right there in antioch westbound 4 to northbound 160. it sounds like they are hopefully going to reopen the ramp. they are working to clear it. they are waiting for tow crews now. so we'll continue to watch it. in the meantime, the main lines of 4 if you are heading towards bay point that's still in the green this morning. we are seeing a lot of green traffic sensors despite overnight roadwork. eastbound 84 heading out of menlo park that's where you'll still find roadwork in lanes until 6:00 this morning. that seems to be the magic hour this morning when a lot of overnight roadwork will be picked up. approaching the waldo tunnel towards the golden gate bridge, so far everything looks good across the deck heading towards san francisco. cupertino ramp closure northbound 280 to southbound 85. back to you guys. >>> the cruise from hell is finally over. carnival cruise lines is now working overtime to fix its public relations nightmare. the company estimates the repair plus the cancellation of other cruises over th
are traveling out of antioch, the highway four bypass, this is slowing and it picks up from pittsburg to the concord area westbound four. sluggish out of the central valley with speeds picking up over the altamont pass and 20-minute drive from altamont pass to dublin/pleasanton entrepreneur. the bay bridge toll plaza, no problems here and traffic is light on the upper deck. >> thank you. next, bay area prosecutors go after a multinational oil company for failing to protect the local environment. the damage they claim it is doing is ahead. >> former coach reaching a deal with a university on his firing and what it will cost the school. >> walnut creek, campbell and all the bay area this is abc7 news. >> good morning, everyone. it is 5:13 on tuesday morning. this is the golden gate bridge and traffic is light. we will have more on the traffic situation an the bay area with sue hall and mike will check the forecast. >> state attorney general will go after arco and b.p. in a lawsuit filed in superior court, the state attorney general and seven counties accusing the oil company of violatin
of the temperatures today from 55 at half moon bay to 56 in san francisco and richmond and 60 in fairfield and antioch are the warmer conditions and the monterey bay, 56, and everyone else is 59 to 60 degrees. tonight, you can see the rain is moving into the north bay by this time tomorrow and it will spread south and across the bay so for the morning commute the north bay is the most likely area to get wet weather as we head toward noon to the early afternoon hours it will spread through the heart of bay and through the south bay and out. we will have scattered showers for the rest of thursday and another chance of showers for friday, and low do mid-50's there and .1" to .25" of rain. >> the san mateo bridge from 880 hayward beyond industrial to the flat section just a few brake lights to the high-rise and traffic is busy into foster city but 15 minutes between hayward and san mateo area. bart and muni on time and the vallejo ferry has a bus because of mechanical problems, this morning and this afternoon, as well. 580, highway four, and 80 are looking good. >> thank you very much. >> coming up next,
the street in antioch earlier this week. police say neither speed nor alcohol played a factor in the accident. kron 4's alecia reid reports from antioch where the victims' schoolmates gathered in her memory. >> may the lord help the family there was prayer singing and singingand lots of mourning for hasanati white. the black diamond middle school teen was hit and killed thursday. after hearing the news, schoolmates organized a candlelight vigil. young faces sob at every turn. she was only fourteen. a spunky girl they say, mature beyond her years. first time i met her we went out and actually fed the homeless in berkeley, which was really cool. she was always happy and smiling. she was always dancing this very flamboyant personality everyb it is just a shame you know. a young girl that didn't get a chance to really live for life. she was one of the prettiest girl that i met. schwe used to sing together at church, and it's just sad that she is gone. she acted older than her age was very mature. she was my best friend, she always used to be happy. >> while some of hasanati's friends were able to
as six degrees from this time yesterday. 60 right now in livermore and antioch, and only 5 4 , overcast sky in san jose. the clouds will be with us. we'll look for a little fog developing, especially in the protected valley areas overnight. hazy sunshine on top for the supersunday, and then get ready for changes next week. it will be cooler and also there's a chance of showers. now, there is a beach hazard up tonight through early tomorrow morning for dangerous sneaker waves. stay back from the water's edge and avoid slippery rocks and don't ever turn your back to the surf. looks like it will just be overnight and tomorrow afternoon that will be lifted. it will be cool in the north bay, temperatures upper 30s to near 40 degrees. we'll see clouds near san rafael. 48 over overnight low for san francisco. antioch, 45. 40, livermore, san jose, you'll wake up to a little light fog. high pressure will continue to sit right near the coast for at least the next two days before the jet stream dives down over the bay area to bring us increasing clouds and much cooler temperatures, and also the th
in san jose, and 56 right now in antioch as those clouds continue to thicken up across the bay area. and it will be passing over us from time to time tonight. also, some patchy valley fog will redevelop, and it took time for it to burp off this morning so we'll go with hazy sun for our supersunday, and enjoy the next couple of days with mild temperatures because we're going to see some big changes. cooler weather next week and the return of showers. lows tonight, upper 30s to near 40 degrees. interior locations, watch out for the fog. the clouds moving in as well. otherwise we'll look for mid-up toker 40s around the bay as well as the coast. high pressure still in command. although it is starting to weaken with high clouds moving from southern california towards the bay area. so hazy sunshine tomorrow, and then tuesday and wednesday and thursday, the he well start to break down, and that is when we'll see the weather pattern change to more of a colder scenario. super bowl tomorrow outside the arena, it will be partly cloudy, temperatures 66. monday morning, the cloud thicken up and
of gray toronto for your monday morning commute. right now temperatures, we had 60 in antioch. 59, livermore. 56 in napa. 54, san francisco. half moon bay, 50. 54 in san jose, clear sky there here is a look at our forecast. we'll continue with those low clouds and a little bit of patchy fog overnight. now, it will be with is tomorrow morning and then we'll look for mid-day clearing. tomorrow looks terrific. enjoy the next couple of days because the weather pattern is going to change by mid-week. the rain will turn on thursday, and looks like a colder air mass will settle in as well. speaking of cold, temperatures tonight, where we do not have the cloud cover, that's where temperatures will start to dip down into the upper 30s, such as the napa valley, santa rosa, san francisco overnight, 45. we'll look at the fog together right near the coast. 38 for half moon bay. 41 for san jose and 37 for livermore. this is the setup. this high has just been sitting over the pacific northwest. the jet stream well to the north of us. but things are going to start to change mid-week. this high wi
. police say a man from bethel island who is currently on parole and morgan from antioch were arrested january 13th. police say they stole a car from one of the homes on the list and then headed to livermore. they were about to strike again according to police when they were able to arrest them. it was not until the walnut creek car was returned that they were able to determine this is what happened. they have been looking at this home for three months and changes have been added to the company's internal system to protect subscriber's privacy. they have seen a spike in both car and home burglaries but they are not sure it was connected to these two men who were just arrested. live in walnut creek, tara moriarty ktvu channel 2 news. >>> police say a barbecue grill is to blame for an early morning fire. when firefighters arrived they found heavy smoke coming from the back deck. four people were inside the home but escaped safely. the fire did not spread and nobody was hurt. >>> san jose firefighters discovered a marijuana grow house when they responded to a garage fire on scottville cou
officials gave a behind the scenes tour this morning to widen highway 4 and expand the service to antioch from b.a.r.t. this is part of the e-b.a.r.t. line. it would use diesel-powered trains between the pittsburg bay point and antioch stations. they estimate they will begin operations in about three years. >>> san francisco tax payers could get stuck paying $20 million for the america's cup sailing race. the event is expected to cost between $31 million and $34 million. but the chronicle reports only half of that amount has been raised about 14 million. to help reduce costs, the event was scaled back. three teams will compete down from 12 entries originally. the downsizing has apparently caused corporate sponsors to lose interest. >>> a former ship pilot who crashed the cosco busan is suing to get his license back. the u.s. coast guard has refused to renew his license and the lawsuit includes him. the license would allow him to work as a captain or first mate but not as a guide for other captains. the cosco busan incident spilled more than 50,000 gallons of oil into the san francisco bay
. >> 20 60s into the afternoon. antioch 62. mid 60s for hayward and fremont. >> daly city upper 50s. 62 downtown san francisco. >> satellite and radar shows clear conditions, dry conditions which will continue for the rest of the week and as we transition into the weekend. >> your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast highlights warm weather ahead of us. upper 60s into friday. temperatures getting close to the 70 degree mark. pleasant conditions as we start the next work weeks. >> we will have more details on your extended forecast in my next report. >> we do have a hot spot southbound 880 the nimitz freeway approaching west eighth street. no backups on the traffic maps. according to chp there are some delays to the area. the sig alert went into effect at 1:00 a.m. this morning. >> the approach to the bay bridge toll plaza is an easy ride out of oakland from all the approaches. >> the san mateo bridge westbound traffic across highway 92 is a good drive. 12-13 minutes drive time. >> the golden gate bridge, south bound 1 01 is delay free for those of you driving at of the north bay. >> jam
about a street shooting in antioch that injured a woman inside her home. police say a man standing in the street opened fire on a pickup that was driving by at about 6:00 last night. one of those bullets went through a second-story window hitting a 31-year-old woman who was in a bedroom with her little boy. fortunately the boy wasn't hurt and itself woman is expected to recover. this the third time the home has been hit by a bullet. >> kristen: a smoke directorer help save lives. it broke out near the living room fireplace shortly before 7:00 a.m. one unit was destroyed. another was badly damaged. it took 30 firefighters to put the fire out. thankfully everybody got out safely. firefighters say the blaze does not appear to be suspicious. >> following an emergency meeting, they are strongly condemning north korea's latest nuclear test. the u.n. says the test poses a threat to international peace and security. overnight. north korea announced it's successfully tested and third and most powerful nuclear device. north korea says it was merely the first response to u.s. threats and vows
for the team. >> cheryl: we have new information now about a street shooting in antioch that injured a woman inside her home. police say a man standing in the street opened fire on a pickup that was driving by at about 6:00 last night. one of those bullets went through a second-story window hitting a 31-year-old woman who was in a bedroom with her little boy. fortunately the boy wasn't hurt and itself woman is expected to recover. this the third time the home has been hit by a bullet. >> kristen: a smoke directorer help save lives. it broke out near the living room fireplace shortly before 7:00 a.m. one unit was destroyed. another was badly damaged. it took 30 firefighters to put the fire out. thankfully everybody got out safely. firefighters say the blaze does not appear to be suspicious. >> following an emergency meeting, they are strongly condemning north korea's latest nuclear test. the u.n. says the test poses a threat to international peace and security. overnight. north korea announced it's successfully tested and third and most powerful nuclear device. north korea says it was merely
speed chase ended with the after three people accused of stealing a car. antioch police say they chased the man and two women from antioch to highway 4 to pittsburg around 4:00 this morning. border agent tonight are looking for encourage thieve tonight. agent tonight in oakland discovered something in a shipment of dried flower tonight which grow tonight in the wilds of australia that can cause problem on agriculture here. if the weed take tonight root it could have a devastating impact on our economy. >> you probably know that tomorrow is valentine's day. i hope. if you are looking for love, a survey says it may have be right next to you in the office. there was a survey of 4,000 worker across the country and 39 percent of workers have date add co-worker once over the course of their career. 16 percent reported going out with their boss. how did that work out? 30 percent of those who date add co-worker say the office romance led them to the altar. it was conducted on behalf of career builder, a job tonight website. >> i can think of a cute couple. right? one. mike and his wife. you pla
a car. antioch police say they chased the man and two women from antioch to highway 4 to pittsburg around 4:00 this morning. border agent tonight are looking for encourage thieve tonight. agent tonight in oakland discovered something in a shipment of dried flower tonight which grow tonight in the wilds of australia that can cause problem on agriculture here. if the weed take tonight root it could have a devastating impact on our economy. >> you probably know that tomorrow is valentine's day. i hope. if you are looking for love, a survey says it may have be right next to you in the office. there was a survey of 4,000 worker across the country and 39 percent of workers have date add co-worker once over the course of their career. 16 percent reported going out with their boss. how did that work out? 30 percent of those who date add co-worker say the office romance led them to the altar. it was conducted on behalf of career builder, a job tonight website. >> i can think of a cute couple. right? one. mike and his wife. you planned something special? >> yes. we both work tomorrow. >> we
40's like san francisco is 47. we also are warmer on antioch and oakland and half moon bay at 45 or 46 with temperatures in the upper 30's to low 40's for monterey bay and inland to salinas and gilroy. the fog fades quickly leaving sunshine for the valentine's day. it will be milder tomorrow through saturday and a cooling trend will start to take in sunday, monday, and a wet pattern returns obtuse and wednesday the best chance for rain but there are a couple of other storms behind that could roll in and bring us more rain. now, through the climates, 67 in sunnyvale to 70 in los gatos today. san jose is 68. four degrees warmer than average. up to 69 in los altos. on the coast we will get to 60's, and downtown south san francisco the mid-60's. and toward clear lake we could crack the 70-degree mark and mid-to-upper 60's along the east bay shore with fremont at 69 the warm spot and 68 in concord and walnut creek as the warmer spots mid-60's and near 70 around monterey bay and 70's headed inland. tonight, notice the lack of fog, 39 in santa rosa, the cool spot to 48 in san francisco.
.com under "see it on tv." >> neighbors are pleading for safety improvements on a major antioch thoroughfare after a car hit and kill add 14-year-old along hillcrest avenue. cornell bernard is live at the scene with the latest. >> more than a dozen neighbors have talked to us in the last hour and they have concerned about this intersection and in the last few minutes, a memorial started growing here at the intersection of hillcrest avenue and hidden >>glenn: drive the spot where a life was cut short. a 14-year-old was struck and killed by a car. people are leaving flowers and can dams as a memorial. she crossed the street at 6:45 last plight and she was struck and the driver stopped and is cooperating with police. the team was airlifted to a hospital where she passed away. police say alcohol and speed were not a factor here. neighbors tell us the intersection is dangerous. some parents will not let their kids cross here. >> you drive like it is a highway. it is not a highway. it is a road. people live around here. rather than going 45 people are going 65. if you stand here, you will see that
for safety improvements on a major antioch thoroughfare after a car hit and kill add 14-year-old along hillcrest avenue. cornell bernard is live at the scene with the latest. >> more than a dozen neighbors have talked to us in the last hour and they have concerned about this intersection and in the last few minutes, a memorial started growing here at the intersection of hillcrest avenue and hidden >>glenn: drive the spot where a life was cut short. a 14-year-old was struck and killed by a car. people are leaving flowers and can dams as a memorial. she crossed e street at 6:45 last plight and she was struck and the driver stopped and is cooperating with police. the team was airlifted to a hospital where she passed away. police say alcohol and speed were not a factor here. neighbors tell us the intersection is dangerous. some parents will not let their kids cross here. >> you drive like it is a highway. it is not a highway. it is a road. people live around here. rather than going 45 people are going 65. if you stand here, you will see that. >> they are always speeding up-and-down streets
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for temperatures running right now at 43 in los gatos and 44 in fremont and 43 in concord and antioch and livermore and 50 in oakland and as we head into the afternoon hours, notice the temperatures do not change much, we are mainly in the upper 40's to low 50's with more showers on the way and .25 to .5" is possible today. >> we are getting first reports in castro valley of an accident in the median, eastbound 580 with no significant slowing and it is the reverse commute so we will keep our eye on this with first report of the accident in the castro valley area eastbound 580. if you are headed out of antioch, looking good moving toward pittsburg and highway 242 at 15 minutes and the drive from the central valley is at the limit with no delays here. kristen and eric? >> thank you. it could be the biggest heists of its kind while you were sleeping the daring $50 million caper pulled off by a team of bull bandits. >> gymnasts and skiers do it and now an attempt of a back flip in a car. did he hit the landing? first the tech bytes this morning. >> in today's tech bytes pointing the finger at china, a
in santa rosa. napa was 65 degrees. look at antioch at 66. you're touching on upper 60s here. i'm sure some areas did get into the upper 60s. san mateo was 61 degrees. we're tracking this system as it comes down. i wish it would bring us a lot of rain but it's not going to. numbers are going to go from where they were today which is some mid-60s and low 60s down to the mid-60s. we will probably see most temperatures in the 50s so cooler tomorrow. current temperatures 66 in concord, 69 in antioch. the system as it comes in will increase the clouds and will bring us a slight chance of a sprinkle as we go into late tonight early tomorrow morning but we're all asleep. you're not going to notice it. you may wake up with a little bit of wet on the ground. i think it'll get breezy tomorrow afternoon as that system clears out. so it'll be a crisp clear day probably need a jacket or sweatshirt. with the wind the 50s will feel clearer than that. frost in some of the inland bay valleys. just above freezing in the coldest spots and upper 30s low 40s. this is a system i'm tracking. they're supposed to
to go the next few days. temperatures are mild. it is 65 in antioch. that is pretty warm for february. coming up on 6:18. very warm out there. mild. as you head out, it stays mild. then temperatures about 9:00, 10 will start to come down back into the 50s. overnight lows, upper ofs. low 40s. frost we have been seeing as well. temperatures tomorrow will increase over the numbers we saw today. temperatures today were on the warm side. plenty of 60s and low 70s. 36234 santa rosa tomorrow. tomorrow is a lot like what we had today. highs for tomorrow, add 3 degrees. temperatures tomorrow, some mid 70s. lots of upper 60s because of this high pressure that i showed you. the secret stream going north sending rain and snow in the cascades. this high stays with us. the air sinks, the air warms. the air produces temperatures like these. atomorrow up in napa. 73 in pairfield. 74 in antioch with 68 in oakland. unreasonably warm weather as we head into your bay area wednesday. cooler start with mild days. forecast, very dry. we're not seeing a lot in the way. as you look in the 5 day, there is noth
antioch, everything is at the limit and we are looking at holiday "lite" track and some of the mass transit shows golden gate ferry on holiday schedule and the golden get buses and transit is on a sunday schedule. kristen and eric? >> new this morning, readers digest is starting a second bankruptcy process, filing for chapter 11 protection last night the second time in 3 1/2 years. analysts see it as a sign of the pressures on media companies are lying on print publication, coming out of last bankruptcy decently but fewer customers by the books and other products. >> republicans opposed to hagel to become secretary of state will likely allow his senate confirmation vote to proceed. critics say he is unqualified to lead the military and are concerned the former g.o.p. senator from nebraska and decorated vietnam vet is not supportive of israel and is unreasonably sympathetic to iran. senator john mccain says he does not believe hagel is qualified but his nomination should not be held up any further. president obama has been angered by republicans delaying him from completing his natio
is on highway 4 is getting busier. especially on highway 4 in antioch. also looking at the commute here if you are driving on 80 westbound you will see some slow traffic. now let's go back to the desk. >>> we are following breaking news from contra costa county this morning. a police officer and a suspect have been wounded in a gun battle exchange in pittsburg. it happened late last night near east 11th street. investigators say the gun battle began after the suspect shot and wounded the police officer. officers then returned fire. now the wounded officer was treated and released from the hospital. he's said to be doing well. the suspect is in stable condition at the hospital. >> our suspect is a 30-year-old oakley resident with extensive criminal history. for weapons and drug related charges. he was also wanted on several warrants for the same charges. >> ktvu tara moriarty is there at the shooting scene getting new information right now. she will have a live update from pittsburg at 6:30. >>> time is 6:02. we have developing news in santa clara. in two hours a bomb squad will go back to the
swarm across city lines into antioch. the one crime they solve. the other crimes that are still under investigation. the other crimes are burglaries. a string of homes have been robbed, some owned by police officers. and that investigation has now sparked another. mike mibach live with the details on all of this. >> reporter: yeah, that's right. detectives were digging away. they stumbled on pretty good lead. next thing you know they were jumping in their patrol cars and taking the investigation from here in brentwood right into the city of antioch. hands behind the backs, evidence in plastic bags, investigators digging for clues. >> i can tell you now there's quite a bit of evidence we need to go through. >> reporter: this on the 5100 block of ebett is. >> the neighbors have felt intimidated. there have been reports from neighbors that they've seen drug deals. >> reporter: the home is in antioch but it was brentwood pd that was on scene and here is why. >> conduct a search warrant associated with an identity threat investigation based on a name that was revealed during the course of
is saying the ammunition belongs to oscar pistorius' father. >> in antioch the family of an 8-year-old boy filed a claim accusing the third grade teacher of duct taping his mouth shut and another teacher of placing a chair over him and sitting on it. the boy who has learning disabilities attends a charter academy. another student also had his hands ducts tape and they seem $10,000 in damages and claim four school employees witnessed the incident last november and failed to notify authorities as required. the principal conducted an internal investigation and found no wrongdoing but the principal is the mother of one of the teachers named in the suit. the richmond city council is considering a plan to require owners of vacant properties to register with the city to try to reduce plight. our media partner, "contra costa times" reports they pass add first reading of the ordinance that requires owners to submit a written statement on how they will maintain the empty property. a problem with people dumping garbage and waste in the yards of the vacant homes. >> this morning, businesses and homeow
the street in antioch. police say, the driver did stay at the scene, and neither speed nor alcohol played a part in the accident. kron 4's alecia reid is in antioch. where her schoolmates gathered in her memory. >> may the lord help the family there was prayer (singing) >> reporter: and singingand lots of mourning for hasanati white. the black diamond middle school teen was hit and killed thursday. after hearing the news, schoolmates organized a candlelight vigil. young faces sob at every turn. she was only fourteen. a spunky girl they say, mature beyond her years. it with the first time by that her we went out and we fed the homeless in berkeley. it was actually very cool. she was always happy and smiling. she was dancing and flamboyant with a great personality. it is just a shade that a young little girl. that is a- share. a shapbut we used to sing together at a church it is a shame... it is unbelievable that she i before her age, she was abasing. >> she was my friend. >> reporter: while some of hasanati's friends were able to express themselves here, others from her middle school wrote
the area in a dry state. 65 in santa rosa right now. 57 novato. 62 napa. 63 in the antioch area. 64 was the high in antioch today. 63 fairfield. day time highs. warm. numbers like 66 napa. above average for many bay area cities and sticks in here. one thing i worry about are people with allergies. rain, we need rain. the pollen and the blooms. trees are starting to get fooled because of the lack of rain and the warmth. you will see buds come out on the trees. it is hard on the trees when we get the next freeze. santa rosa 88% of average. that is amazing to me. we have not had rain but we had so much rain in december we are still holding fair percent of average. san jose 74%. we need the rain. i don't have any tomorrow, i will let you know in the five- day forecast when our next shot is possible. we will talk about the forecast highs for tomorrow because it will get warmer around here. >>> the coast guard is expected to decide soon whether or not to call off the search for four missing boaters, including two young children. ktvu's jade hernandez is what is believed to be the family's
of that voice. >>hot tea and honey. >>a violent accident in northwest suburban antioch takes the lives of two teenagers. their s-u-v skidded off the road and uprooted a large tree. wgn's nancy loo has more on the victims and how a community is coping with the tragedy. deadly crash here last night has hit hard at two local high schools. both teenagers were well liked. they just are debating each other earlier this month. the 16 year-old was behind the wheel of a black chevy trail blazer when it veered off wal-mart road. it happened around 7:00 p.m.. he apparently died on impact along with his passenger. today the flags were lowered at the high school where she was a junior and crisis counselors are on hand. that is also the case over at antioch high school. >> we are grieved to have one of our students lives cut short. >> the sheriff's office says weather was a factor. it was raining heavily at the time the vehicle slam threat fence and into a tree. sending it on to the vehicle. >> i saw headlights. we saw something unusual coming by the front of the driveway. we saw the flash is coming on.
a bart expansion to antioch in 2017haaziq madyun kro4news >> pam: developing right now. a cal-train crash in san bruno. this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc 7 news -- showing the accident scene on angus avenue near huntington avenue. a southbound train hit a tractor- trailer at the track crossing there were no reports of injuries.. at last check - cal-train has delays of about 50- minutes - and is single tracking past the accident. >> san mateo police warning homeowners to be on the look out for thieves. that follows a string of so- called - "door knock burglaries." kron 4"s will tran tells us what authorities are doing right now. to protect residents. >> reporter: what these these are going is that they are knocking on the door. if they do not answer, they will go to the side. the police department is encouraging youth not to open the door, to answer through the door -- and say that you are going to call the police. even if you are just leaving for just a few moments make sure that you lock all of your doors. they say that these thieves are opportunists. if nobody is in
and antioch. looks nice on the coast. very close on all of the temperatures here. low -- upper 50s, to a low to mid-60s. sunny side up and mild to warmer. thursday, friday, it looks dry but a little cooler. >>> breaking news coming in now for wilmington, delaware, a gunman just killed his estranged wife and injured two others at the new castle county courthouse. officials say the suspected shooter has been killed by the police. the condition of the two people wounded, we don't know that just yet. one of the shooting victims is said to be a constable. this is breaking news coming in from wilmington, delaware, a shooting at a courthouse in new caustle, county. more -- in new castle county, no troubles -- coming up. >>> cruise ship troubles. one is broken down stranding thousands of passengers. >>> a big shortage of doctors in california. what's causing the problem here and the controversl solution that may put patients at risk. >>> clear skies. it will be sunny and temperatures, 60s for many. >>> thank you, steve. 7:12. this morning there's word of a record-breaking reward for information lead
are investigating a high- speed chase that ended in a crash early this morning. it started in antioch and ended in pittsburg. police say three people were in a stolen car going more than 100 miles an hour when it crashed at the harper street offramp. those three people suffered minor injuries. the 32-year-old female driver is now behind bars. >> the suspect has a history. i don't have the full criminal in front of me. but she has a history of auto theft and she had warrants for her arrest. i'm not sure what those warrants are right now. >> police say the woman was wearing a lead. >>> the antioch police chief admits he's frustrated by the staffing level of his department. there are currently 88 sworn police officers on the force. that's the same level as 18 years ago when antioch was a much smaller city. crime is up almost 25% in the last year. the chief says it would cost $3.5 million to increase the force to 126. city council members hinted they could ask voters for a tax to increase police services. >>> 7:15. many bay area lawmakers say they support president obama's economic plan, the one he
antioch and pet plume, this is abc7 news. >> live loom at the san mateo bridge the bridge deck is wet. we will check with sue with how this is affecting traffic and mike will tell us where the rain is headed and when it will be out. >> alameda county judge could rule whether the family of a man who drowned off alameda can sue the city. the 52-year-old wandered into the frigid waters on memorial day of 2011 in an affair rant suicide attempt. they wondered why police stood by as the man drowned. budget constraints at the time kept the file fighters from being recertified to carry out an ocean rescue. the attorney for alameda said it was a tragic situation but first responders did not have any legal duty to help him. the attorney for his brother said the fire department made it worse by stopping people from communicating with him or allowing them access. >> apple is under attack in billionaire hedge fund manager who filed suit against the company saying they should give out a bigger piece of the cash pile to investors. he is the head of green light capital, the move is ahead of apple's annua
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